Could Not Bite Into Ice Cream With My Front Teeth
Author: Emily F.
Word Count: 168
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 10692-OR
Scientific Studies: 2
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I used to have very sensitive teeth (a.k.a. dentin hypersensitivity, sensitive dentin, dentin sensitivity). My gums were also too pink (not red, but darker pink than was healthy).
Then I bought Thieves Dentarome Plus Toothpaste and had used about half the tube, at which point I ate some ice cream. After a few bites, I realized that my teeth were not hurting! I decided to risk the real pain by biting into a spoonful of ice cream with my front teeth, which were by far my most sensitive teeth.
To my pleasant surprise, they did not hurt at all! It was super cold, and of course I was not gonna leave my teeth sitting in it. Yet I could bear biting through it, as I have not ever been able to do before.
Also my just-starting-to-recede gums reversed their steps and now look and feel super healthy. Thank God for Thieves Dentarome Plus Toothpaste! I am definitely buying this again and making my husband use it for his scary-bad receding gums.
Additional keyword(s) assigned by the editor: dentin, paste, pockets, toothpaste, sensitivity, sensitive, sensitivity, oral, pulp, tooth, teeth, dental, mouth, periodontitis, gingivitis, periodontal, gums.
|Supporting Scientific Studies|
|1.||"Both clove and benzocaine gels had significantly lower mean pain scores than placebos. No significant difference was observed between clove and benzocaine regarding pain scores. Clove gel might possess a potential to replace benzocaine as a topical [anesthetic] agent before needle insertion."||Link|
|2.||Study 1: "[Oil pulling] would benefit the general population by giving more confidence in the ancient practices, thus preventing tooth decay and loss." Study 2: "Oil pulling therapy has been equally effective like chlorhexidine on halitosis and organisms, associated with halitosis." Study 3: "The oil pulling therapy showed a reduction in the plaque index, modified gingival scores, and total colony count of aerobic microorganisms in the plaque of adolescents with plaque-induced gingivitis." Study 4: "Oil pulling can be used as an effective preventive adjunct in maintaining and improving oral health." Study 5: "The myth that the effect of oil-pulling therapy on oral health was just a placebo effect has been broken, and there are clear indications of possible saponification and emulsification process, which enhances its mechanical cleaning action."||Link|
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